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by Zahala San Simone

Tuesday, December 05, 2006
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Ever had a writer's block? Then, you'll know what I'm speaking about here...

Often I sit
Awaiting inspiration to reclaim my psyche
And guide me to lilting streams…

Days solemnly pass
As I peruse for an article or utterance
That causes idea and silky verse
To flow like honey
Secured in creamy,
Cadenced prose.

Viewing a golden sunset
Or a brightly hued rainbow
Gives welcome brace to my spirit
And permits inspiration to burn

Not unlike a beam of light
Trekking across the heavens.
Its fertile afterglow
Encourages fresh zeniths…
And engulfs me in artistry.

I delight in the atmosphere
Inspiration shepherds in;

Leaving me to regret its departure
And to hungrily consume
Its offerings.
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Reviewed by Kimmy Van Kooten 1/7/2007
You are inspiring my writers block! So glad I came back to read what I've been saving...
This is great!
Love and Peace~
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 12/12/2006
I can completely relate, Wendi. I don't write much. I wait for the thoughts and the words to come. I don't know where they come from but invariably, they do. And then, like you, I am excited and grateful. Thank you for this. Love and peace to you,

Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 12/10/2006
Lena is correct, writers block is an experience itself...and it served as a great muse for you in this write, it is great. I usually can find inspiration within memories or the pages of my diary. I love it when I can read a page that was written twenty or thirty years ago and get inspired to transform the writing into poetry. Loved this!
Joyce Bowling
Reviewed by jude forese 12/8/2006
writing poetry is like giving birth, when it ready to, it will be born ...

excellent, poem ...
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 12/8/2006
No can't say I have, but i sit on trains, in cafes listening to convo's and i always hear some thing great...

Great work here..
Reviewed by H. Lena Jones 12/6/2006
Wendy, Indeed, writer's block is quite an exerience for a writer! When you think about it, writer's block in itself is an inspiration. Your prose in this poem proves it. I enjoyed the read and thought, my word, I wonder what this poet produces when she is truly inspired? Now, I'm going to have to read more of you to find out. Great job!

God Bless
(Thanks for dropping by my site. Much I have another friend.)
Reviewed by Felix Perry 12/5/2006
Yes if we were not writers then we would not need to be inspired or have our muses waking us up in the middle of the night with their ideas. This write in itself is an inspiration so thank you for sharing it.

Reviewed by William Bonilla 12/5/2006
I deal with blocks
by writing about them
and before you know it
I've written a poem about dry ink.
Peace be with you

Love & Peace
Reviewed by Victor Buhagiar (Reader) 12/5/2006
Who doesn't have a block now and again. I only wrote two poems last week and had to rely on some old poems to post. Then you might have a glut of them until the next block. So I have three folders on my computer, pending, posted and old poems. Victor
Reviewed by Michael Mathieu 12/5/2006
Viewing a golden spirit
Are a brightly hued rainbow
Gives welcome brace to my spirit
And permits inspiration to burn, Well, if i had a block like this
then i would be outstanding.Really enjoyed.

Gods Speed!

Reviewed by Rusty Daily 12/5/2006
If I could write this creativly about not being able to write, I would...well, write, I guess. Very well done.

That causes idea and silky verse
To flow like honey
Secured in creamy,
Cadenced prose.

Now that is writing
Reviewed by CJ Heck 12/5/2006
You're amazing, Wendi! For someone with writer's block, you've written a wonderfully creative poem about it! Well done -- I wish my writer's block were as creative LOL! Always a pleasure to read your work, with or without your muse.
Love and respect,

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